Sing for Hope will bring their renowned Sing for Hope (SFH) Pianos back to the streets of New York City this summer and 7 of those pianos can be found in the Bronx. From June 5-25, as a celebration of the work Sing for Hope does in communities year-round, 60 Sing for Hope Pianos will be placed in parks and public spaces in high traffic locations across all five boroughs in New York for anyone and everyone to play.
Scores of talented artist volunteers have brought the 2017 SFH Pianos to life, including Laura Alvarez, Sashalynillo Medina, Trevon Blondet, and Claremont International High School Students.
Featured locations throughout Bronx include: Virginia Park, Joyce Kilmer Park, Williamsbridge Oval Recreation Center, Willis Avenue Community Garden, Poe Park Visitor’s Center, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum, and Van Cortlandt House Museum.
For a full list of SFH Piano locations, please visit www.singforhope.org/pianos
The Sing for Hope Pianos are the country’s largest annual public arts project reaching an estimated 2 million New Yorkers annually across the five boroughs. This summer, the 400th piano will be placed in a NYC borough as part of SFH’s annual Pianos initiative.After their time on the streets, SFH will transport the instruments to NYC public schools, as part of their ongoing creative programs that will enrich students’ lives for years to come.